Canary yellow seems to be the color of choice for the spring/summer menswear season, for almost all the designers have incorporated it into their collections. Though, nothing has quite compared to the bold standings of the color from the Jonathan Saunders show. In this case yellow drifted midway into a medley of splashy colors and prints, cobalt blue, metallic silver, and blush pink and baby blues, were among the colorful spectrum. Each piece was structured with stiff folds where it seemed they were ironed to tense standings. It was quite remarkable to see sculpted pieces set still to architectural measures. The designs stood more as frameworks of systematic builds, than actual garments, though there functional intents would speak otherwise. There was an offering of many silhouettes and attires that made it such a well-rounded collection, but keeping balanced and true to the name they represent. Multiple textures and prints mixed placidly with robust men, and women’s designs. It was intense, it was serene, and it was crisp, heightened to inimitable standards.
- Taylor Faulkner Fashion writer
- Illustrations by Doryanna Popa